Two new poetry collections by Annabel Hawkins and Jamie Trower from boutique publisher Makaro Press.
Auckland Writers Festival guests David Mitchell, Morris Gleitzman, Tim Winton, and Carol Ann Duffy offer a salient reminder of how writing gives us hope.
In Nick Hornby’s second collection of Believer columns, humour is the greatest takeaway.
Lloyd Jones’s memoir is a bold disclosure of a family’s truths and a great insight into the author’s mind.
Latika Vasil chats to SARADHA KOIRALA about her debut collection of short stories, Rising to the Surface.
Wellington satirist Danyl McLauchlan shares some of his own secrets about writing his first novel.
Highlights from this year’s Auckland Writers & Readers Festival.
Ahead of the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival, Shehan Karunatilaka reveals the backstory to his award-winning Chinaman: The Legend of Pradeep Matthew.
SARADHA KOIRALA chats with comedian Jesse Mulligan about his new book, How to Speak New Zenglish.
Sylvie Simmons’s detailed portrait of the world in which Leonard Cohen lived, loved, worked, and wrote.